Thursday, February 7, 2013

Cloud Computing Law: Balancing Privacy and Investigation

Cloud Computing Law: Balancing Privacy and Investigation | Field Law - JDSupra: " . . . the court was asked by the US government to deliver that data to American prosecutors who are pursuing charges against Megaupload for criminal infringement of copyright, conspiracy to infringe copyright, money laundering and racketeering. In last week’s decision, Canada (United States of America) v. Equinix Inc., 2013 ONSC 193, the court denied this request, indicating that the massive volume of data meant that the scope of the investigation should be narrowed to just that information that is the target of the search, rather than the entire contents of the data trove. However, the judge did not deny that the evidence should be delivered. . . . and it is only a matter of time and negotiation to determine the scope of the search, rather than an absolute denial of the request. . . ."

Enterprise Cloud Services Market Ready to Take Off
Channel Partners
The report also details a five-year forecast of cloud services revenue worldwide, split into four enterprise size segments, four channels to market, eight geographical regions and 12 countries. Enterprise cloud services are predicted to grow at a ...

The Future of Higher Education and Cloud Computing - Edudemic
For 2013, cloud computing has become one of the most buzzed-about tech trends and solutions that improves IT and operational efficiency for businesses.

Cloud computing law puts Canadian users at risk of snooping by American spies
Ottawa Citizen
Cloud computing involves individuals, companies and governments outsourcing computing needs to companies like Google and Microsoft at far less cost than operating similar in-house services. Internet-based cloud services range from email, such as ...

Roundup of Cloud Computing & Enterprise Software Market Estimates and ...
When the CEO of a rust-belt manufacturer speaks of cloud computing as critical to his company's business strategies for competing globally, it's clear a fundamental shift is underway. Nearly every manufacturing company I've spoken with in the last ...


SAP expands partner program to account for cloud applications
Download it today! | Stay up on the cloud with InfoWorld's Cloud Computing Report newsletter. ] Partners "now have the opportunity to tackle the fast-growing cloud market and offer best-of-breedcloud solutions and suites to their installed base ...

The cloud is coming to your business, like it or not
We've known for some time that cloud computing is showing up in all enterprises, with or without CIO approval. Although shortsighted CIOs push back hard on those who use cloud services such as Dropbox or Google Apps, CIOs who "get it" are using this ...

Cloud Based Digital Asset Management Picks up Momentum
Early Friday, Wisconsin based Widen Enterprises announced that its cloud-based digital asset management solution (DAM), Media Collective, will be adopted by WAGO Corporation, a German company that manufactures components for electrical connection ...

Cloud Computing and Your Small Biz: Is It a Match Made in Heaven?
Smart Data Collective
Since cloud services are delivered over the Internet and hosted on servers that essentially are shared by subscribers of the service, a discussion of cloud computing isn't complete without addressing security concerns. As a small business owner, be ...

Amazon Offers Video Conversion Over The Cloud
As cloud has been proven to be the best for hosting any kind of data, Amazon has taken the serious steps to provide almost any kind of heavy data which can be seamlessly integrated to the cloud and can be streamed to any mobile or handheld devices.

BT launches BT Cloud storage service, runs risk of music industry wrath
BT has launched its BT Cloud online storage service for its own broadband customers, which works with apps for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android, giving subscribers remote access to their own files. All good so far. However, as points ...

BT launches cloud storage service for broadband subscribers
Digital Spy UK
BT has entered the cloud storage sector with the launch of a service for its broadband customers. BT Cloud can be used to store photos, videos, music and other media, and can be accessed on the move via companion apps for iOS and Android. BT logo ...

IBM Delivers New Software and Cloud Services to Accelerate Social ...
IBM Press Room - IBM today announced new software and cloud-based ... IBM Delivers New Software and Cloud Services to Accelerate Social Business ...

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